Bulleteer Customs has abandoned the typical Royal Enfield Electra design in favour of the El Huracan bobber, which has everyone’s mouths open in awe of its beauty. The bike has a regular RE frame and engine, and all other components have been upgraded to varying levels for a perfect fit. The best illustration of this is a set of dual-purpose tyres with black rims on either end. It is obvious from the size difference that the front has a 19-inch unit and the back has a 16-inch wheel with a thick sidewall tyre. With this ultra-low seating position, the handlebar is replaced with a clip-on unit for the sporty riding position, which also helps the rider stay more connected to the road.
The metallic-finished teardrop fuel tank and the brown leather seat with the least amount of padding possible demonstrate that design was the main consideration while modifying a basic Electra. A matching top cover and rubber fork cover are included with the front suspension for a more upscale appearance. A dual projector headlight with a chrome outline has also taken the place of the enormous circular headlight with the muscular fairing. Since the Electra swing-arm does not accommodate a rear disc brake, the rear swing-arm is specially constructed. Both the front and back fenders were specially constructed to be lightweight.
El Huracan must have performed better than ever after the removal of most useless components. Even the exhaust during usage is finished with a chic black unit and is wrapped in heat-insulating tape. This motorcycle is a great option for riders who felt uneasy when braking on the standard model due to the low seating position. The 346cc, single-cylinder engine that powers the Royal Enfield Electra generates 20 HP and 28 NM of torque. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. In India, Electra is now referred to as Bullet ES and features the same design, electric starter, and chrome fenders as the previous iteration.